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Fallen Officer Food Drive for 2013
November 29th, 2013 will mark the 4th anniversary of the murders of our four officers, Sergeant Mark Renninger, Officer Tina Griswold, Officer Greg Richards, and Officer Ronnie Owens. In years past, we have honored the fallen officers with a food drive at the Lakewood Police Station.
In the last four years the Fallen Officers Food Drive raised a generous $90,649.00 in cash donations and 115,962 pounds of food. The officers dedicated themselves to the community in life and now that dedication continues through this food drive. The goal for this year is $50,000 and 150,000 pounds of food.
This year's Fallen Officer Food Drive is dedicated to the memory of Washington State Trooper Sean O'Connell, who was killed in the line of duty on May 31, 2013. Trooper O'Connell was killed when his police motorcycle collided with a box truck in Skagit County.
2013 James Saunders Memorial Golf Tournament
2013 Tournament Highlights
The 11th Annual Jim Saunders Golf Tournament was held at the Highlander Golf Club in Wenatchee.
Money that is earned is given to the Washington State Law Enforcement Memorial Foundation (now known as The Behind the Badge Foundation). This money comes from sponsors, live & silent auctions, and the raffle.
Thank you to all those that participated and to the sponsors for their participation in the tournament!
Visit WSPTA StorePurchase Washington State Patrol Troopers Association merchandise for family and friends at our newly opened store.
Choose from sweatshirts, blankets, duffle bags, or just a tumbler to keep the coffee hot.
WSPTA Members Serve their Communities
The Washington State Patrol Troopers Association has a long tradition in serving the citizens in the State of Washington. It is the commitment of the membership and executive board to reach out into the community to make it a better place. Read just a few stories about some of those successes or view a list of organizations that the WSPTA supports.